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Playday On Track - Taupo 9th December

The next Taupo event is Sunday 9 December and includes a Driver Training group, ideal for anyone wanting to try their first track day in a low key environment or to simply improve their driving skills, you will learn emergency braking, car control & how to drive more safely on the road or on
a track. The next Taupo event is Sunday 9 December and includes a Driver Training group, ideal for anyone wanting to try their first track day in a low key environment or to simply improve their driving skills, you will learn emergency braking, car control & how to drive more safely on the road or on a track.

TAUPO

SUNDAY 9 DECEMBER

Normal Groups $125

Prestige Group $225

Driver Training Group $160

(The first 16 entries get a free garage)

A hospitality suite will be open for viewing.

The Prestige group is limited to 10 cars, race cars & slicks are not allowed, this group is for the more expensive & exotic cars such as Porsche, Ferrari, Lotus, R35 GTR Skylines, etc & qualifies for Track Day cover if you are insured with Prestigio. (Remember to clear it with them prior to the day)

GENERAL

RULES FOR OPEN CARS

All open cars (i.e. soft top convertibles) must have roll protection, either factory fitted such as: Boxter, S2000, Z3, Z4, 350z, 370z & Elise etc. or suitable aftermarket roll protection if it is not Factory fitted.

PAYMENT

Pay by direct credit to PLAYDAY, 03 0698 0485598-00 giving your name as the reference or if you don’t have internet banking deposit the money at any Westpac and use your cell ph number as the reference. Please drop us a quick email once you have made the payment just to ensure we have matched the payment correctly. playday@playdayontrack.co.nz We will e mail you as soon as your payment appears in our account, to confirm your place at the event. Please DO NOT phone or text the confirmation of your payment. About 1 week before the event we will send an email to everybody who has paid, with further details of the day.

WEBSITE

More information about our trackdays including how they run, what to wear, rules for passengers, etc is to be found on our website www.playdayontrack.co.nz Looking forward to seeing you all at one or more of the above events for another great day. Tony Bowman 021 742082 and Gary Stirling 021 1330111

TAUPO

SUNDAY 9 DECEMBER

Normal Groups $125

Prestige Group $225

Driver Training Group $160

(The first 16 entries get a free garage)

A hospitality suite will be open for viewing.

The Prestige group is limited to 10 cars, race cars & slicks are not allowed, this group is for the more

expensive & exotic cars such as Porsche, Ferrari, Lotus, R35 GTR Skylines, etc & qualifies for Track

Day cover if you are insured with Prestigio. (Remember to clear it with them prior to the day)

GENERAL

RULES FOR OPEN CARS

All open cars (i.e. soft top convertibles) must have roll protection, either factory fitted such as:
Boxter, S2000, Z3, Z4, 350z, 370z & Elise etc. or suitable aftermarket roll protection if it is not Factory fitted.

PAYMENT

Pay by direct credit to PLAYDAY, 03 0698 0485598-00 giving your name as the reference or if you don’t have internet banking deposit the money at any Westpac and use your cell ph number as the reference. Please drop us a quick email once you have made the payment just to ensure we have matched the payment correctly. playday@playdayontrack.co.nz

We will e mail you as soon as your payment appears in our account, to confirm your place at the

event.

Please DO NOT phone or text the confirmation of your payment.

About 1 week before the event we will send an email to everybody who has paid, with further details

of the day.

WEBSITE

More information about our trackdays including how they run, what to wear, rules for passengers, etc is to be found on our website www.playdayontrack.co.nz

Looking forward to seeing you all at one or more of the above events for another great day.

ENDS

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